v.1. The blessedness of the righteous; The vanity of this mortal life; and Man's creation in a holy but mutable state.--v. 2. A treatise of delighting in God; The Redeemer's tears wept over lost souls; and The Redeemer's dominion over the invisible world.--v. 3. The living temple; or, A designed improvement of that notion, that a good man is the temple of God.--v. 4. Containing the discourses: On self-dedication, and On "yielding ourselves unto God." On thoughtfullness for the morrow; and The desire of foreknowing things to come. On charity in reference to other men's sins. On prayer from the name of God. On union among Protestants; and The carnality of religious contention. On man's enmity against God, and Reconciliation between God and man. On the love of God.--v. 5. Containing the treatises: On divine prescience and the Trinity; Letter concerning Stillingfleet's sermon; Three discourses on public occasions, etc., etc., etc.--v. 6. Funeral sermons; Spademan's "Funeral sermon for John Howe, M. A.:" Index
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